Volume 15/2 includes Gurgen Mahari's letters of his last years - 1967-1969. These years were no less violent than the "literary" struggle of the 20s or the years of Stalin repression. Despite suffering from a persistent illness, Mahari continued to reach new creative heights. It is difficult to say how long the "competition" between his passion for literature and his health would have lasted if it weren't for the ordeal of writing "Burning Gardens", which drained the writer's energy. In these letters, readers can witness the drama of Mahari's quest to uncover the truth about the Armenian Genocide and the internal conflicts that it triggered. They also offer a glimpse into the unprecedented situation that Mahari found himself in.
|Title in Armenian||Գուրգեն Մահարի - Երկերի լիակատար ժողովածու. Մահարի 15/2|
|Printing||Black & White|
|Size||15 x 21 cm|
tags: mahari, yerkeri liakatar zhoghovatsu, joxovacu